Local comic store hits the big screen

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The new trailer for “Kick-Ass” has been released and it’s awesome. But what’s even cooler is the cameo by local comic book emporium Atomic Comics. At least their logo, anyways.

The store pictured in the movie isn’t actually any of their four real life locations, but it’s still neat to see a local business get some free publicity. With the buzz building behind this adaptation of the Mark Millar/John Romita Jr. comic book, that attention could pay off quite handsomely. “Kick-Ass” is set to kick off the (increasingly misnamed) summer movie season when it hits theaters April 16.“Kick-Ass” tells the tale of a teenager who decides to become a vigilante super-hero despite having no powers or abilities beyond an overabundance of enthusiasm.

I’m really looking forward to this movie. I still remember telling former Nerdvana co-conspirator, Scott Kirchhofer, that this film would never happen. Or if it did happen it would be nothing like the outrageously violent and profane comic. I’ll be very happy to be proven wrong.

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Chris Adams
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2 thoughts on “Local comic store hits the big screen

  1. Awesome new trailer. I’m super psyched for the movie too. It looks and feels so much like the comics and much credit for that goes to director Matthew Vaughn for privately funding the movie, making it the way he wanted and then selling it to a studio/distributor.

  2. Awesome new trailer. I’m super psyched for the movie too. It looks and feels so much like the comics and much credit for that goes to director Matthew Vaughn for privately funding the movie, making it the way he wanted and then selling it to a studio/distributor.

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